- Feb 16, 2009
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PYRO thats true and its plain and simple but there are lots of fellows who needs to know how we did that, post war analysis and also to bring up the correct events leading to the war, many people tend to misinterpret things, all of them needs to know in detail and come up with the right version.Well..what is there to discuss? We kicked their asses plain and simple.
I really don't think jingoism and rhetoric alone will make for a valuable discussion.Well..what is there to discuss? We kicked their asses plain and simple.
Gathering intelligence is a very tricky thing.I really don't think jingoism and rhetoric alone will make for a valuable discussion.
The Kargil encounter may have been won eventually under truly harrowing circumstances, but nothing about it was plain, simple or straightforward. On the Indian side the lists of failures were long, embarrassing and unforgivable. Failure of intelligence, the absolute disarray among the various branches of the armed forces, the lack of planning, preparedness and leadership among the army brass and the political wings and the overall misuse of the combat troops are all mistakes of epic proportions that should not be overlooked on account of jingoism.
Sir,Antimony, if you can get the good Captain here, I will carry on this discussion but the Captain's main point is that who will committ to carry the day, ie not accept his circumstances, either poitive or negative, will carry the day.
In other words, just because you're checked right now does not mean you're checked an hour, a day from now.
And vice versa.
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